Sustainable Living

Earth Angel's range of books on sustainable living includes energy efficiency, being a conscious consumer, safer cleaning solutions and living lightly.
  • 1001 Easy Ways for Earth-Wise Living
    Author: Readers Digest
    Publisher: Reader's Digest General Books, Australia (2006)

    Packed with hundreds of natural hints, tips and ideas, this is your all-in-one guide to making greener,safer choices for a better, healthier life. Covering a wide range of topics, such as, homemade cleaning products, low-energy heating, healthy cooking, natural gardening and fuel-efficient driving, the practical advice will inspire your to make simple changes to your daily routine and reap the benefits.

    Hardback, 336 pages (New)
    NZ$ 50.00
  • 365 Ways to Change the World
    Author: Michael Norton
    Publisher: Penguin, Australian edition (2006)

    You want to change the world? Of course you do. But where do you begin?

    Packed with ideas from leading campaign organisations for conservation and social justice, this ingenious handbook shows how even the smallest changes can impact on your home, your community, your county and wider world.

    It suggests one action for every day of the year, most of which can be planned or done from home. All the activities are inspiring and most are fun and easy to do. Here are just a few.

    support trade justice: buy fairtrade tea and coffee
    avoid landfills: 'freecycle' stuff you no longer need
    sow seeds of a green revolution: become a guerrilla gardener
    go unshopping: list ten things you'll never buy again
    do something about poverty: organise a 'dinner for life'

    Soft cover, 383 pages (new)
    NZ$ 30.00
  • A year in the green house - an environmental diary
    Author: John Elkington
    Publisher: Victor Gollancz (1990)

    John Elkington give an insiders view of the Green movement on the threshold of the Nineties. As tv screens were filled with evocative images of burning rainforests and oilspills; every paper carried headlines on 'green' issues.

    Hardback, 278 pages (Used)
    NZ$ 20.00
  • Conscious Style Home - Eco-Friendly Living for the 21st Century
    Author: Danny Seo
    Publisher: St Martins Press, United States (2001)

    It doesn't take much time, effort, or money to make a difference in the world. It's the small choices you make every day - from what you wear to what you use to furnish your home - that have a tremendous impact. In this lavishly illustrated book, Seo describes hundreds of unique, readily available products and easy projects to help anyone create a comfortable, elegant living space without harming the planet.

    Hardback, 160 pages (As new
    NZ$ 35.00
  • Craft from Recycled Materials
    Author: Diana Cross
    Publisher: Sally Milner Publishing, Australia (1993)

    Whether you are looking for different types of craft or simply for new ideas, this book will inspire you to create new craft tems from everday materials around the home. Recycling will give you enormous sense of satisfaction, as you convert unwanted items into something pretty and useful or breathe new life into something that has seen better days.

    Paperback, 98 pages (Used)
    NZ$ 15.00
  • Eco Friendly House Plants
    Author: B C Wolverton
    Publisher: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, United Kingdom (1996)

    Houseplants have always been a popular and stylish addition to homes and offices. Now research at NASA's John C Stennis Skylab Space Center has proved they are also vital to a healthy indoor environment.

    Dr Wolverton's research startesd 25 years ago at NASA when the build-up of hazardous air pollution levels in teh Skylab spacecraft was first discovered. Houseplants proved to be by far the most promising means of maintaining a healthy indoor eco-system in space, and in any enclosed living area.

    In this book, the author discusses and analyses 50 houseplants, explaining what they can do in home and office, rating each according to their effectiveness in removing various atmospheric pollutants. The Lady palm (Raphis excelsa) and Areca palm (Chrysalidocarpus lutedcens) are particularly effective. Houseplants are also the safest means of adding healthy moisture to indoor air in winter. Ficus alii and Peace lilies can add significant quantities of pure moisture to the air.

    Hardcover, 144 pages (used)
    NZ$ 20.00
  • Ethical Investment
    Author: Ross Knowles
    Publisher: Choice Books, Australia (1997)

    For most people considering investment, the critical decisions are about what returns to aim for and what risks to take. But do you also want decide whether or not your money is used to support, say, arms manufacture, uranium mining, or clear felling of tropical rainforests? Would you prefer to invest in companies with an environmental and social conscience? Ethical Investment is about giving you the tools needed to make an informed choice.

    Paperback, 184 pages (Used)
    NZ$ 15.00
  • Go Green, Live Rich
    Go Green, Live Rich outlines fifty ways to make your life, your home, your shopping, and your finances greener - and get rich trying. From driving the right car to makin gyour home energy smart, bach offers ways to improve the environment while you spend less, save more, earn more, and pay fewer taxes. Best of all, he shows you exactly how to take advantage of the "green wave" in personal finance without the difficult work of evaluating individualy stocks. what's more, he will get you thinking about a green business of your own so you can help the world along as it is changing for the better.

    David Bach is on a mission to teach the worl you cvan live a great life by living a green life. With Go Green, Live Rich, you can live in line with your eco-values on the road to financial freedom.

    Soft cover, 182 pages (new)
    NZ$ 35.00
  • Good Housekeeping - The Ecofriendly Home
    Author: Dan Phillips
    Publisher: Harper Collins Illustrated, United Kingdom (2000)

    Adopting ecofriendly principles of living does not mean having to forfeit elegance in the home. A beautiful and inspiring guide to twenty-first century living, The Ecofriendly Home will help you design and furnish your home so that it not only promotes health and wellbeing, but reduces pollution and conserves natural resources.

    hardback, 192 pages (As new)
    NZ$ 40.00
  • Greendays
    Author: Wincey Willis
    Publisher: Red Fox Books, United Kingdom 1990

    At last, the book that will actually help you to do something towards saving the world. Packed with practical advice and easy-to-follow instructions.

    Inspiration: How to change your environment
    Information: Facts, ideas and useful addresses

    How to help our birds, animals and insects, how to organise recycling and litter collection, how to grow your own vegetables, herbs and wild flowers, how to have a green birthday party and much, much more.

    Paperpack, 170 pages (Used)
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    NZ$ 10.00
  • Help! Earth Friendly Hints for Hassle-Free Living
    Author: Barbara Briddock
    Publisher: Hodder Moa Beckett, New Zealand (1995)

    This is a comprehensive, environmentally friendly problem-solver created specifically for New Zealanders. It offers simple, cost effective shortcuts to a vast array of tasks, with tips on how to organise your home life better so that you have more leisure time to enjoy.
    NZ$ 15.00
  • Natural Style
    Author: Margot Richardson
    Publisher: Ward Lock, United Kingdom (1996)

    Contemporary Soft Furnishings from Cotton, Linen, Silk and Wool

    Think of the look and feel of natural fabrics - the delicacy and richness of silks, the freshness of cotton, the texture of linen. Add to this the extraordinary range of colours and designs available and you can see instantly how versatile natural fabrics are for use around the home. the improtant thing is to be aware of the different properties of these fabrics - how they fall, whether they crease, how robust they are - then you can make sure that you are using them for the right purposes.

    In Natural Style Magot Richardson explains the characteriseics of each type of fabric, its strengths and how to care for it. With this information at your fingertips you will be able to create a huge range of furnishings from crisp bed linen and luxurious cushions to modern, imaginative curtins and fine table coverings.

    There are over 25 projects to make, including bed linen, cushions, covers, curtins, blinds and table linen. Each one is explained with step-by-step instructions and has beautiful photographs to give you ideas for choosing exciting colour combinations.

    Hardcover, 128 pages (Used)
    NZ$ 20.00
  • Save the Earth
    Author: Jonathon Porritt
    Publisher: Angus & Robinson, (1991)

    A Call to Action. This book is both a dramatic statement of the damage already done to the Earth and a ringing appeal to the peoples of every nation to change their ways. For the answers lie in our hands, as voters, as citizens, as parents, as consumers. Issues and experiences are outlined by many contributors.

    Hardcover, 208 pages (Used)
    NZ$ 30.00
  • The Allergy-Free Home
    Author: Vittoria D'Alessio
    Publisher: New Holland Publishers, Australia (2002)

    The industrialised world is facing an allergy epidemic. For the past 40 yeats, there has been a startling increase in both humdrum and exotic auto-immune responses to our environment,and it is now estimated that one in three people suffers from some of allergy. Whatever the root cause of the allergy plague, the fact that indoor pollution is a major - perhaps even the main - contributing factor is fas gaining acceptance among allergy experts.

    The focus of this book is on the positive steps that each one of us can take to reduce allergy-causing problems within the home with a minimum of expense and disruption. For example, advice is given on the many simple changes you can make to your household environment that will dramatically reduce the indoor air pollutants believed to trigger allergic disorders; there is precise cleaning information regarding dust mites and moulds; and a list of no-allergic indoor plants. You will also find recipes for safe and natural cleaning products.

    Softcover, 126 pages (As new)
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    NZ$ 25.00
  • The Healthy Home Workbook
    Your home is your haven. And a healthy home is one that's free of toxins and stocked with natural materials that are as good for your body as they are for your spirit. Interior designer Kimberly Rider leads the way to creating a home that is friendly to the environment, reflects your personal style, and won't break the bank. The Healthy Home Workbook features dozens of hands-on solutions that can be completed in an hour, a day, or a weekend. With tabbed section for every room of the house and the backyard, you'll find simple ideas that lead to big results.

    Hardback, 192 pages (As new)
    NZ$ 60.00
  • Your Health & Your Home
    Authors: Nina Anderson and Albert Benoist
    Publisher: Keats Publishing Inc, United States (1994)

    A step-by-step guide to diagnosing your home's environmental ailments and curing them ... fast! The "sick house syndrome" is more and more recognized as the source of a host of diseases, and here is the first practical workbook for dealing with it. The authors, environmental and building consultants, discuss some 70 symptoms and the pollutants aggravating them, where pollutants will be found in the house, and pratical techniques for reducing or eliminating them.

    Step by step Benoist and Anderson show you how to see if lead, radon, tobacco smoke, outgassing carpets or panels, paints or other environmental hazards are a problem in your home (perhaps for the first time letting you know why you feel so bad so often!) and how to turn your house into a health-fostering shelter and not a hothouse for illness.

    Softcover, 159 pages (Like new)
    NZ$ 20.00
  • 1001 Little Ways to Save Our Planet
    Author: Esme Floyd
    Publisher: Marks & Spencer, United Kingdom (2007)

    Small changes to create a greener, eco-friendly world

    With ideas for recycling, conservation and enrgy efficiency,
    1001 Little Ways to Save our Planet offers quick, simple ways to reduce your impact on the environment and start living in harmony with the planet. Green-living tips include how to limit the damage done by global warming, polution and toxins, as well as decrease reliance on fossil fuels and make eco-friendly choices such as buying from sustainable sources. Even if your an energy-guzzling, 4x4 driving, plane-loving consumer, you'll be amazed at how just a few small changes in your work and home life can reap big benefits for the global community.

    Soft cover, 224 pages (used)
    NZ$ 20.00
  • Bicarbonate of Soda
    Authors: Diane Sutherland, Jon Sutherland, Liz Keevill and Kevin Eyres
    Publisher: Star Fire, United Kingdom (2009)

    Bicarbonate of soda is far more than a baking ingredient - it can be used in all manner of household tasks including cleaning, laundry, animal care and personal care. This is the essential guide to maximising the potential of this cheap, environmentally-friendly and multi-purpose product.

    Learn exactly what this white powder is, how it has in fact been used throughout history, and its multiple benefits. Then discover a veritable compendium of tips, ranging from removing stubborn food on pans to making your own facial scrub, from getting stubborn stains out of your clothes to shampooing your dog.

    Not only does Bicarbonate of Soda provide solutions to numerous household, health and even appearance problems, it also gets the kids involved, with some fun science experiments and sweet treats. Finally, the book also provides culinary tips and a few tasty recipies for breads, cakes and cookies. The clear and simple style of the text and practical photographs make Bicarbonate of Soda an appealing and informative guide to this most useful of substances.

    Soft cover, 191 pages (new)
    NZ$ 20.00
  • Collins Complete Energy-Saving DIY
    Authors: Albert Jackson and David Day
    Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd (2008)

    Collins Complete Energy-saving DIY is the definitive guide to making energy-saving changes in and around your home. An extension of the international bestselling Collins Complete DIY Manual, this book provides the most up-to-date information for anyone wanting to make home improvements to conserve energy, save money, and help do their bit for the environment. Packed with user-friendly photos, comprehensive and practical instructions, details of current regulations, and innovative ideas, Collins Complete Energy-saving DIY suggests both short- and long-term solutions to combat energy waste. Tackling a range of topics, from advice on what light bulbs to use and the best kind of insulation to how to construct an energy-efficient loft conversion, this book is an essential tool for any householder -- whether they're a complete DIY novice or professional -- and for any house, however old or new.

    Hardcover, 72 pages (new)
    NZ$ 25.00
  • Going Green
    Author: Vivian Head

    This book gives you usefull hints and tips on how to become eco-friendly, for example:
    - avoid buying produce in fancy packaging, this will help reduce needless waste.
    - ride your bike to work instead of taking the car, this not only keep you fit but it reduces pollution as well.
    - replace a standard lightbulb with a compact flourescent one, this will give you more light for less money and save a lot of energy.
    - create a compost in your garden where you can throw your leftover food, which can later be used on your garden.
    - Grow a garden full of flowers and vegetables, not only will this help reduce soil erosion but it will also give you a plentiful supply of fresh produce.

    Take the plunge and have a stab at going green yourself, you'll be surprised how little effort it takes.

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    NZ$ 20.00
  • Green Clean
    Publisher: L&K Design (2007)

    Green Clean
    including vinegar, citrus fruits and baking soda

    Many chemicals in the cleaning products used each day can harm you and your children, and the environment. Investing in separate products for individual cleaning jobs can also be expensive when you add up the cost of furniture polish, bathroom cleaner, kitchen cleaner, oven cleaner, bleach, 2-3 laundry, glass cleaner and many more.

    This user friendly book shows how a household needs only 2-3 homemade organic products with which to keep the entire house sparkling clean!

    With recipes and tips on creating your own \"green\" cleaning product that are economical and eco-friendly, Green Clean will be an invaluable reference tool.

    Hard cover with spiral binding, 94 pages (new)
    NZ$ 20.00
  • Green is the New Black
    Author: Ramsin Blanchard, forward by Lily Cole
    Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton, United Kingdom (2007)

    How to Change the World with Style

    Are you a fashionista with a conscience?

    Do you dream of cheap clothes that don't cost the earth?

    Would you love to be ethical, but hate to compromise on style?

    If so, Green is the New Black is for your.

    Smart, inspirational, and the coolest antidote yet to global warming, this book will show you how to salve your desire and your conscience, enjoy the good life in style, and look eco-fabulous in high heels (and hemp knickers).

    Soft cover, 274 pages (near new)
    NZ$ 30.00

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